miércoles, agosto 26, 2015

XTERRA Lozoya 6 de septiembre / serrano domina el xterra europa / ceci top 5 ranking europeo Xterra 65-69


La penúltima parada del XTERRA Spain Tour Extremadura 2015 será el municipio madrileño de Lozoya. La Sierra de Madrid y el Valle Alto del Lozoya, escenarios de lujo para la disputa de un XTERRA http://xterraspain.es/categoria-producto/inscripciones/

Posted by Xterra Spain on Domingo, 12 de julio de 2015

Recorridos XTERRA Lozoya

Ya puedes consultar los recorridos del XTERRA Lozoya en http://bit.ly/XTERRALozoyaTe esperamos el próximo 6 de septiembre en LozoyaInscripciones en http://bit.ly/InscripcionesXTERRA

Posted by Xterra Spain on Martes, 25 de agosto de 2015





Serrano’s Super Season

14 August, 2015/in Triathlon /
Roger Serrano, a 24-year-old from Tarragona, Spain fell in love with XTERRA two years ago but truly dedicated himself to the sport this season, and what a season it’s been.It all started at XTERRA South Africa in February, where he finished third behind Stuart Marais and Bradley Weiss. After that it was on to the European Tour where he raced in Malta, Portugal, Spain, Greece, Switzerland, Italy, and the Czech Republic.

He was consistent and fast at every race with three runner-ups, three 3rd place showings, and one fourth. The points he collected early put him at the top of the XTERRA European Tour standings and that’s where he has stayed all season.While there are still two racers on the Tour – Francois Carloni and Ruben Ruzafa – that could potentially score more points in the final three races and pass Serrano, neither have it in their sights. Still, the official announcement of his XTERRA European Tour Championship will have to wait until after the season finale in England on August 30.

“Winning the XTERRA European Tour didn’t really become a goal until Ruben Ruzafa told me he was missing some of the races,” said Serrano (Ruzafa explained that his season was planned so he would be at his best at the XTERRA European Championship, ITU Cross Triathlon World Championships, and XTERRA World Championships).Serrano said his favorite race of the season was in Lago di Scanno, Italy, and afterwards when he went to Rome and “had the best handmade pasta with carbonara cream. AWESOME!!”

“The travel was lovely, as it always is,” said Serrano. “Meeting new people every time, visiting fantastic places…I can’t stop doing this!!!”
He said his best result was just last weekend when he finished second to Aussie friend Ben Allen at the XTERRA Czech Championship and now he wants to have some fun in Germany and really push his limits in the UK, “to fight with all the big field.”

To sum up his super season of racing Serrano said “It’s hard, even harder if you try to race as much as I did, but I needed the experience and this is what it takes. But this sport makes it easier. People are open, friendly, and we have so much fun at every race, not just the pros, but with everybody. I think the mountain bike makes people less angry and more friendly.”


1 Roger Serrano, ESP 526 67 56 x82 67 82 DNS DNS 82 90 82
2 Francois Carloni, FRA 497 47 67 75 61 DNS 82 DNS 90 DNS 75
3 Ruben Ruzafa, ESP 375 DNS 75 100 DNS DNS 100 DNS 100 DNS DNS
4 Jan Pyott, SUI 347 DNS 23 49 DNS 69 DNS 61 63 82 x41
5 Albert Soley, ESP 264 43 39 90 47 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS 45
6 Kris Coddens, BEL 232 DNS DNS DNS 75 90 DNS 67 DNS DNS DNS
7 Jan Kubicek, CZE 222 39 DNS DNS DNS 63 DNS 51 DNS 69 DNS
8 Henry Sleight, GBR 210 DNS 25 DNS 33 58 49 DNS 45 DNS DNS
9 Tomas Kubek, SVK 208 DNS 43 DNS 39 DNS DNS DNS DNS 63 63
10 Ben Allen, AUS 200 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS 100 100


Ranking europeo hombres 65-69
Claudio Panichi INDIVIDUALS MALE 65-69 175 1
Günter Weichhold INDIVIDUALS MALE 65-69 100 2
Vladimír Barták INDIVIDUALS MALE 65-69 100 3
Cecilio Benito Alas INDIVIDUALS MALE 65-69 100 5
Manfred Zoberbier INDIVIDUALS MALE 65-69 90 6


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